Xochimilco is one of the main attractions of Mexico talking in terms of culture and tradition. It is also one of the most colorful destinations in the Mexican territory, is located southeast of the country capital, being one of the sixteen delegations that make up the Federal District.
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Guanajuato is the capital of the state bearing the same name and is located in north central Mexico. It is a city with a great historical and cultural wealth, a place of mining tradition dating back to pre-Columbian time, it was the center of exploitation of metals like gold and silver. It was founded in 1546 and is considered World Heritage by UNESCO since 1988 as a cultural and historical place in a set of town and adjacent mines.
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To 1.923 meters above sea level in the department of Quindio, Colombia, just in the heart of the country; Filandia is located. A place of frosty and misty mornings but you feel it warm with the friendliness of its people. Also known as the “Illuminated Hill of Quindio”, it is one of the smallest municipalities of the department, has only three main streets running through the village from one side to another and no more than 12,500 inhabitants, but is a place full of beauty, tradition, and is surrounded by beautiful coffee landscapes that characterize this part of the country, located in central mountain range of Andes.
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Delhi currently is the National Capital of India, New Delhi being one of the nine districts into which it is divided and is where most government institutions are located. Delhi is the second largest metropolis of India being Bombay or Mumbai as it is now known, the most populous.
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Hampi, also called as the Victory City, is located in the south of India in the state of Karnataka. This place was the capital of the Vijayanagara Empire from 1336-1565 and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1986. It is composed of more than 350 monuments made up of temples, palaces, elephant stables, among others, and its length is approximately 26 kilometers, which is why it is advisable to rent a motorcycle or a bicycle to make your visit to the monuments. There is also the possibility of guided visits by local historians and rickshaw tours.
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